Turn that mu­sic down

The TV Guide - - MR TELLY -

We en­joy watch­ing pro­grammes such as Lost & Found, Po­lice 10-7 and The Force but, un­for­tu­nately, they are in­creas­ingly hard to hear be­cause of the loud, un­nec­es­sary back­ground mu­sic which takes over and dom­i­nates ev­ery pro­gramme. It is to­tally an­noy­ing and for older peo­ple with hear­ing dif­fi­cul­ties it spoils ev­ery pro­gramme on TV. When are the au­thor­i­ties go­ing to re­alise they have a re­spon­si­bil­ity to pro­vide en­ter­tain­ment which can be heard and en­joyed by all peo­ple in the com­mu­nity? Please treat us with some re­spect and delete the so-called ques­tion­able “mu­sic” from th­ese shows.

The Simp­son fam­ily (Nel­son)

I love the pro­gramme Lost & Found but the con­stant mu­sic makes it so hard to hear the peo­ple talk­ing. It is so un­nec­es­sary and hard on the el­derly who can’t of­ten hear with back­ground noise go­ing too. It is the same with The Chase. Even the Chasers seem to be strug­gling to hear when do­ing the final chase. Please get it to stop so we can en­joy TV.

Rita In­gle (Levin)

Lost & Found pre­sen­ter David Lo­mas

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